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A new Focus on Facts is available: Thinking like a Region in Northeast Ohio? Factors that Predict Local Government Participation in Collaborative Policy and Planning by Dr. Meghan Rubado, Dr. Joanna Ganning, Dr. Thomas Hilde, and Dr. Wendy Kellogg
Local governments in Northeast Ohio often collaborate with one another to provide services, pursue regional initiatives, and create regional plans. Collaborative arrangements can create efficiencies, save money, improve service quality, and boost regional vitality. But they also present costs and risks that leaders must weigh against potential benefits.
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